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Williamsburg Journal-Tribune (Newspaper) - January 13, 1916, Williamsburg, Iowa VOLUME IOWA JANUARY 10 CHURCH NEWS CIIUBCH Sunday School at Morning sermon at tkeme The Unpordonablo Epworth League at Union Evangelistic sermon by the at Gospel Team meeting at Visitors are cordially CONGREGATIONAL Sunday School Morning Worship Young Peoples Meeting at Evening Service at Prayer Meeting as usual on Thurs day The subject of the Sunday morning address will be The Highest In the evening the pastors dis course will be ou Things That THOMAS imOOKS Dramatic AT TUB PRESBYTERIAN There will bo divine services at the Presbyterian Church next Sun I day morning at eleven The I subject of the sermon will THE NEED OF PENTECOST IN THE IN Bible School at CUristiau Enclevvor at to Won With Isaiah I Union serivces it the Methodist I Church at Thu surmim will be by the pastel tho IresJiy Iterian The subject of tho I sermon will NOT FAH FROM THE MARYS CHURCH Mass at and every I Benediction of the Blessed Sacra ment and short instruction at I each Sunday FATHER ELECTIONS IN CONGREGATIONAL The various departments of the I Congregational Church Kd tho Ifnlli wing for Uiemming George Iiortz preai Fd Edward Samuel Kvanu I Cyrus John 1 D Jones Dl Irectors of Ellis Lloyd and Da ivid Williams Ella Jones land Gladys James John I The Ladies Auxiliary elected the pres ident Ed 1st vice pres Jdent John 2nd vice Ed secretary BMrs W treasurer lira Ed Flower Committee I David Phil I Cyrus John Social I Ofllcers of the Missionary Society I were chosen as I Howell Williams Roberts Jennie I Officers for the Sunday School are I Miss Norma Mr Edward Assistant Miss Irene Primary MANY PEOPLE DONT KNOW A sluggish liver can cause a person Ian awful lot of Spells of dlz constipation and I biliousness ares ure signs that your needs Take Kings I Now Life Pills and see how they help I tone up the whole Fine for I the stomach Aids Purl I fles the blood and clears the complex I Only 25o at your THOMAS BROOKS The Redpath Bureau makes the laiin that Fletcher is the great est dramatic orator on the American latform and tho fact that three fourths of his dates every season are return engagements is a pretty good guarantee of the truthfulness of this Not one town in where he is booked that does lot contract for a return a county seat in north western that supports a strong ecture had him four times in three He is a living dynamo of energy and a power in Arrange to hear him at the Trojan opera house Thursday SELLS Nick Helmhout sold his big hard ware stock and building last week and a force is now busy The property went to the Umd Land Valley and this firm will soon turn the business over to com petent Helmhout takes in 300 acres of Van Buren County land on the but he will likely remain here for the rest of the SPECIAL January at 2 oclock at the Pavilion in Hoi brook we will offer and sell to the highest responsible in order to satisfy tlie THE HOLHROOK SALE as a whole or in to suit pur By order of BOARD OF CAR OF We take this means to return thanks to all who extended to us such kindness during our recent ill ness we feel especially grateful to the members of the Church for the kindly interest they took in our and Core and fflLLIAMSnURG ftegular Meetings Second Friday ol each month at OLIVE IDA EVELYN Come early Friday evening initia installation and Bring plate and small fork and OLIVE IDA EVELYN DUBISHARTHOMAS Edward Dublshar and Miss An nle both of Willlamsburg were united in marriage on Wednes day January at high noon Tho ceremony was performed in th parsonage of the Methodist Church at Lockwood of They were attended by Mr Owen and Miss Ellen siste and brother of the The brido was beautifully gownoc in white satin trimmed with beadei She is tho daughter of Mr Humphrey Thomas and is a native o Williamsburg and is well known ii this and adjoining Sb is a splendid young woman and has a wide circle of The groom is a son of Josopl He Is thrifty and his success in the world is abund antly and Dubishar will reside In FERGUS FLANAGAN Vmim Wfc Dies hi Cedar ItapMs Fergus Flanagan dio Friday January in More Cedar Rapids for ijevora weeks she had been ailing and two ago it was decided to take her to tho hospital for Av operation for appendicitis was per formed but the patient never fully rallied from Hie ordeal and deatl relieved her on Friday The body was brought to Willlams bnrg Saturday morning and was tak en to the Fergus Flanagan home it reposed until Tho funeral service was held at ten oclock Monday at Maryh Church and was conducted by Father The High Mass in requierr was followed by an instructive am touching sermon tho church was thronged with the friends and rela tives of the deceased and on every hand was heard expressions of regre at tho passing of a young life endear ed to many and whose virtues were known to Tho interment was in Mary Cemetery and tho pall were James N Albert Bernan Uonohoe and Rdward Jennie Gillam was born in Parnel twentyone years ajio ami was edu catod in tho city school four years ago sbo moved to Williamsburg will her parents and in she was united M marriage to Mr Fergus The was established in WllHamsburg and wn contlnuol hnrn until ometl by death Flanagan was an exemplar young woman and her dentb Maddens the community in which she was so generally edmlred she was kind and her life was at al times well ordered and well direct ed nor conception of life and its ob ligations was that of tho sincere Christian and she met the last sum with that sublime oourar bnrn of a fervent faith and she passed away with a smile on her face and a prayer upon her She leaves a moth three sisters and one brother and to these the sincerest sympathies of the community are FARM LOANS AT 100 close to town possession 135 good land and Improve possession Three good houses and lots at right price you can own any one of these places cheaper than you can pay If you dont boliovo it see me and I will convince you it Is LEAS avmgs Childrens Savings Accounts If your boys or girls have not a Savings Account with us we cordially invite you to call tnd look into our You Van start with one dollar and add to it any amount at your con venience Deposits to draw interest from the date they are All transactions show on the savings book and are easily It not only teaches them to save but is also a business Special Attention fiiven to Young Peoples Cashier Public Square FATAL ACCIDENT Diivld Yriirlnn Dies From Hums Re ceived in Jiisullnc David Yeariiiu died Friday January 7th in the Willlamsburg hos pital on account of buns received UIG day before when a can o gasoline Ycarian was a prominent young fitrmnr of Pilot and the accident in which he mot his death cast a gloom over tho entire Tho fiuts in the case are as follows Bert brother of drove down lo the hitters place for the purpose of having some feed They wanning tho ganollno before attempting to and for this purpose a few cobs were lit un dti tho engine these hml apparently snuffed nut and David Yoarlan poured on the smouldering cobs a little gasoline from the ran this done he turned and walked back a few placing the can on the ground and turned to walk back to the engine just as ho turned tho can exploded and tho unfortunate man was enveloped in blazing A water tank was close by this was frozen and the two brothers fought flrn removing what clothing Ihoy could and smothering tho firo where this could bo Schug ws called and found the man fearfully burned bo wis hur riedly brought o Williamsburg where ho was placed in tho hospital where he was given the very best of care and attention but tho burns were fa tal and the man died before Friday Tho funoral services wore hold Sun day at Grove church and wore attended by an Immense the larsrosit over attending tho Pilot Grove Tho obituary of Yoarlan ap pears in another part of Ibis PHYSICIANS NIMV Srliprtiilp Adopted at Mpptlnp of Mwllpnl In order that the physicians foes ni1 this Incnlily mny conform with HIORO loim provnllhiK in adjoining the foes at Wllllams from tins date lie as fellows Day to nn Country for 1st and HO cents for every mile there in town for normal cnsos abnormal In the and All extra rails at rcg Inr Sell 11 January IX Prompt Parcel Post Service Our mail order business is This trade Is coming to us because we handle the goods careful buyers and because we make a specialty of prompt Phone 43 for any thing we have or can get for and we will do the If you need medicine insist on the best drugg and the best Thats what you can get at our Our whole time and energy is given to serving you as drug PHONE FLETCHERS DRUG STORE Side Square Iowa Farmers Savings Bank Statement at Closo of RESOURCES Building oft Total VKTKRINARIAN NIGHT A IlIftViTiirc in JmrfHi llofwritn Diiy mid Miflit dills In lie Tho WilllaniHlmrg Uownmn and Meredith wish to announce to tho puli lic that from this timo forward there will lie a difference lictweon tlie charges for day and night It is generally well known tiiat vet erinarians are very frequently called out night the reason is that when a horse or u cow is taken sick its owner is usually husy and ho defers calling doctor until The added cost ci1 nlirht calls will dUcouragc nt tho same timo go far towards saving many a valuable Capital Surplus Profits Deposits Total We have not dollar loaned to or a dollar of paper endorsed by an officer or West Side Iowa Found a Sure Farmers has used Chamberlains Tablets for years for disorders of the stomach and lior and Chamberlains Tablets are the best I Iiave ever Obtainable SHETLAND 1ONIES FOR Two fine one is sell them ri22t Tho Habit of Taking With many people taking cold is a but fortunately one that is eas ily ake a cold sponge bath every morning when you first get out of Ice but a temperature ol about 90 degrees Also Bleep with your window Do this and you will seldom take When you do take cold take Chamberlains Cough Remedy and got rid of It as quickly aa Obtainable ave You Joined If Join ToDay Ony Two Days Left Are you ono of the many happy Williamsburg people whose names are enrolled in the CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK CHRISTMAS CLUB books for the Christmas Savings Club will close Saturday Dont let this golden opportunity pass by but Make Your Start Now DEPOSIT even though it be a small and your first step will be taken on the ladder to While you may never become a Carnegio or a these men and hundreds of others whom we could made their first start years ago by saving small am and you will never get anything unless you make that start and keep it The Citizens Savings Bank Southwest Corner Square OPEN FOR BUSINESS WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINQS
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